Much Ado About Nothing Essay | Much Ado about Nothing

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Much Ado about Nothing

Summary: Shakespeare's play Much Ado about Nothing, a story he most likely made in the middle of his career is about two sets of lovers, Claudio and Hero, whose relationship has been love at first sight. The other set, Benedick and Beatrice who have known each other before and hate marriage, fall in love because they were told lies that they had feelings for each other.
Shakespeare's play Much Ado about Nothing, a story he most likely made in the middle of his career is about two sets of lovers, Claudio and Hero, whose relationship has been love at first sight. The other set, Benedick and Beatrice who have known each other before and hate marriage, fall in love because they were told lies that they had feelings for each other. This all ends at a climax when Claudio denounces Hero at the wedding because he was tricked into believing that Hero was unfaithful. The book shows how Beatrice and Benedick seem to never want fall in love but by the end they have with each other. Beatrice and Benedick's relationship is bitter and unpleasant on the surface but with false love it brings out true love between the two.

In the first half of the play Beatrice and Benedick always seem...

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